Reading Reflection Summary
A Coggle Diagram about Presuming competence (Biklen & Burke, 2006)., The "real" challenge of inclusion: Confessions of a rabid inclusionist (Ferguson, 1995)., How we respond to difference and the difference it makes (Sapon-Shevin, 2014)., "Danger making normal the right way", "Inclusion encapsulates far more than special education -- it has everything to do with good education", "I wonder how these topics are addressed in school today?", "It is not just students with physical disabilities are supposed to get special attention, but every student should be viewed as individuals with different learning needs.", "We as teachers should also teach not only ourselves how to become more inclusive, but also ALL of our students so that a positive community is created for all", "Heterogeneous classrooms are better!", "In reality, however, their 'abnormal' behavior may be just their preferred way of expressing themselves and certainly one we should be open to" and "Referring to general ed classrooms as 'normal' or 'regular' is too subjective"